IMPC ‘Beyond the Borders’ Workshop, 25 October 2021

Share this:

Under the cadre of the 10th Anniversary, the IMPC is organising a series of thematic workshops ( aiming to showcase how IMPC data can be used to prioritize human genes in different disorders and how this data can contribute to translation by enabling precision medicine and optimizing therapeutic choice. Additionally, the workshops will serve to discuss how the impact of this data can be improved for the future, in terms of integration and dissemination.

The target audience for these workshops are IMPC colleagues, human geneticists, clinical scientists, researchers and officers in the pharmaceutical industry, students, patient organisations, and policy makers.

The first workshop in the series is entitled ‘Beyond the Borders’ and aims to highlight academic programs and commercial entities that have adopted and/or used IMPC mice and data to evolve and enhance their own plans, add value to the IMPC data, and plot a new course or direction in their project.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to the next workshop on 25 October 2021!

Phenomics Australia Data Services Access. As active members of the International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium (IMPC), we offer searchable databases of genomic and phenotypic information for in vivo disease models.  Find more  Phenomics Australia Data Services Access here.

Phenomics Australia Feedback Form

Phenomics Australia (formerly the Australian Phenomics Network, APN) offers consolidated infrastructure and expertise supporting genomic medicine and biomedical research from discovery through into early clinical development and evaluation.

Phenomics Australia is a founding capability enabled by the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS). We would love to hear from you!

Please feel free to provide any ideas or general comments you might have so that we can further improve how Phenomics Australia can support you.

Phenomics Australia PHENOMENA News Contribution

Have you recently had a publication accepted? Do you want to tell us about a grant you have received? Or maybe you have just been recently in the news? You can complete this form to tell us about your latest research developments.

Information provided will be used to inform press releases, website stories, social media content and more. This form is being used to capture everything that is happening at Phenomics Australia, which can then be used as part of our outreach and communications.

Once you have completed the form, the Communications and Outreach Coordinator will then be in contact with you.


Make an Enquiry

_Get in touch to discuss how we can help with your research.